This street is named for the clock on the Municipal Council, located where today is the garden of the palace of the Generalitat. In the early fifteenth century the official clock was installed in the tower of Miguelete.

In an excavation in this street he was found Roman mosaic of Medusa, the second century. This mosaic is in the History Museum of Valencia.

This street is so named because here were formerly established many nobles, hence it is kept in various palaces. The cause of this street was established at the beginning of it, about where Piazza San Jaime is, there was a set of buildings whose owner was the king.

The building on the left is the palace of the Marquises of Malferit, also called Palace of the Counts of Brizuela. It is the fifteenth century, although its present appearance owes to the reforms of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Now it houses an interesting museum of toy soldiers (Museo L'Iber).

Talia front of the palace the theater is, in the early twentieth century.

The building on the right is the palace of the Marquis de Mercader, from the late fourteenth century. The current appearance of the facade is a result of the reform of the eighteenth century. In the twentieth century, it was for a time a school and now houses the Union of Agricultural Cooperatives of Valencia.

At bottom, left and stuck to the Palace of the Marquis de Mercader wing, is the Palace of the Counts of Alpuente, the eighteenth century in its current configuration. This palace was also home to the Royal Economic Society of Friends of the Country and for a time belonged to the painter Manuel Valdes (Chronicle Team component). Now it is home to an engineering company.

This church has its origins in the seventeenth century and was named Santa Catalina in honor of the Princess Catherine, daughter of James I. In the sixteenth century was coated with Renaissance decorative elements and still have another reform in the eighteenth century, in the the old bell tower was demolished.

On the left, painted in reddish hue, it is the narrowest facade of Spain with its 107 cm.

The blind arches that are right belonged to the Lonja del Mustasaf or almotacén, court of Arab origin intended to control the weights and measures of the market. Here was this institution headquartered 1372-1594.

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